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Sanctus Coemgenus Glendalochensis
Ecclesia Sancto Coemgeno dicata, in Glendalocho

Coemgenus Glendalochensis (Hibernice: Caoimhín/Coemgen; Anglice: Kevin) (natus annum 498 in Fort of the White Fountain Hiberniae – ibidem mortuus 618) fuit monachus hibernicus. Ecclesia catholica et Ecclesiae Orthodoxae eum sanctum putant. Dies festus 3 Iunii est[1].

Fuit conditor et primus abbas Monasterii Glendalochensis Hiberniae, in Comitatu Viclogensi.

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  • Plummer, Charles, ed. "Vita Sancti Coemgeni". In Vitae Sanctorum Hiberniae. Vol. 1. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1910. 234–57. (Latine)
  • Plummer, Charles, ed. "Betha Caimgin" [vita S. Coemgeni] In Bethada Nóem nÉrenn (Lives of Irish Saints). Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1922. Vol. 1: 125–67 et vol. 2: 121–61. (Hibernice) Citatio editoris
  • Giraldus Cambrensis, Topographia Hibernica. (Latine)
  • Barrow, Lennox. Glendalough and Saint Kevin. Dundalk: Dundalgan Press, 1972. (Anglice)
  • MacShamhrain, A.S. "The 'unity' of Cóemgen and Ciarán. A convent between Glendalough and Clonmacnoise in the tenth to eleventh centuries." In Wicklow: history and society: interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish county, ed. by Ken Hannigan and William Nolan. Dublini: Geography Publications, 1994. 139-50. (Anglice)

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